I fulfilled one of my dreams on Saturday, working in the kitchen of a 4-star (well
The chef (who had a very impressive resume, working with Emerill and Charlie Trotter, two American chef icons) said I "represented myself very well" and invited me back... something I'm sure to take him up on. I often wonder if switching careers to become a chef is what I really want to do... I enjoy cooking and had a blast working in the restaurant. I'm sure it would grow old, though
I also ran/walked a 5K (Race for the Cure) that morning and on Sunday, after church, had a birthday party for a friend over at our house, so we had to clean beforehand and entertain.
I also woke up this morning at 2:30 Eastern to watch the World Cup (US/Korea) game. Agoos failed our team twice, giving Korea a free penalty kick from a foul inside the box (which Friedel miraculously saved) and didn't match up a defender for a corner kick, who headed it in for Korea's goal. I would be very upset if I were his teammates, as well as Agoos. We're very lucky we didn't lose, but we will if we continue to play like that and match up against better (or luckier) opponents.
Maybe I'll get a chance to relax later